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what was the purpose of the code noir ?

a) to keep the enslaved people from having civil rights
b) to govern the conduct of enslaved people
c) to free the enslaved people after a certain number of service years
d) the legalize slavery

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    I'll glad to check your answer.

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    b ?

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    I agree.

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